December 8 | Tot Shabbat Hanukkah & Family Dinner | 5:00 pm
December 8 | Shabbat Hanukkah@WHC | 6:00 pm
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Washington Hebrew Congregation provides a spiritual, educational, and cultural home for Jews of all ages in the Washington metropolitan area.
We are a House of Prayer for those seeking comfort and spiritual renewal; a House of Learning for those seeking answers; and a House of Assembly offering myriad programs to meet the needs of a diverse community and to champion Judaism’s enduring commitment to social justice.
Washington Hebrew Congregation strives to provide a lifelong innovative, supportive, and caring Jewish environment. Our commitment to Reform Judaism reinforces the positive empowering elements of Jewish life and history that will ensure our continuity from generation to generation.
Dynamic programming and meaningful Jewish learning experiences help our members connect to their Judaism.
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The Charles S. Bresler TOV (Tikkun Olam Values) Center at Temple provides a central focus for outreach to the underserved throughout the year, including the WHC Hunger Project, whose volunteers package more than 10,000 meals every month for those in need in the D.C. area.
Regardless of your age, professional background, or schedule, we offer are ongoing volunteer opportunities that match your abilities and interests.
For us, tikkun olam is about taking action. We volunteer, show up, reach out, connect, and offer support. Whether help is needed across town or across the globe, we strive to make our world a better place for ourselves, our families, and our future.
It’s easy to talk about fighting antisemitism, but how are we tackling the problem as a Congregation? We’re taking a three-pronged approach of raising awareness, education, and action.
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Whether you are welcoming a new member of your family, accompanying children on their journey through Jewish education, marking their passage to adulthood, exploring the possibility of becoming Jewish, facing illness and end-of-life issues, or celebrating other religious and secular milestones, our clergy and staff ensure that each family is guided through a meaningful engagement with Jewish tradition and is surrounded by a caring community.
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Washington, DC 20016
11810 Falls Road
Potomac, MD 20854
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